If you lived in Wisconsin on May 10th, 1990, you'd probably know this is the 31st anniversary of the May 10th Snow Storm!
Around 3-8 inches of heavy wet snow fell bringing down hundred of trees!
Thirty thousand were without power at one point - some until the next day! The snow caused $4,000,000 in damages.
This was a true "once in a lifetime" storm. You have to go back to 1935 for similar snowfall totals. May 3, 1935 saw 3.2” of snow in Milwaukee. No other date in May has ever seen 2” or more.
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